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Best muscle car of the 70's

Discussion in 'Cars & Automotive' started by packerzrule, Jan 13, 2015.

  1. packerzrule

    packerzrule Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain Supporting Member Level 1

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    Here is my personal favorite

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    What's yours?
     



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    '71 Cuda
     
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    1970 plymouth GTX
     
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    1973 Super Duty Trans Am
     
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    This is one of my favorites.
     
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    This is one of my favorites too!

    Yes, I know it's a 69, but it's got a 426c.i. Hemi so I gave it a pass. :nod:
     
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    I could live with one of these..

    Aw hell, who am I kidding, I could live with all of the ones you guys posted and about a hundred more.
     
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    ditto
     
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    packerzrule Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain Supporting Member Level 1

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    That is awesome. My brother in law had a 72 GS hardtop.

    A sweet ride
     
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    I had a 69 Skylark ragtop many years ago. Not the GS unfortunately, it was the "custom" with a 350c.i. V-8 and was white with red interior and a black top. Loved that car, too bad it got smashed :(
     
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    packerzrule Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain Supporting Member Level 1

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    I always wanted one of these mid 70s Maserati Bora with the V8. It's like a fancy Stingray. They're such gentlemanly splendor:

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    Love the Buick GSX, 1970 Chevelle SS454, Plymouth GTX, Challenger/Cuda, etc.

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    But my favorite all-time if I had to choose one is a 1970-2 Olds 4-4-2. I love rally wheels and Viking Blue.
     
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    great selections Hammer
     
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    I wish I could post pics, but this stupid puter of mine is garbage.

    ANY Chevelle, including both the "tri-power of 60s lore", 1970 SS 454 or 72 SS convert work.

    ANY Camero of the 60s with a 396, 67' being my personnel fav w/ electric hide-a-way headlights.



    But why no love yet for the 70s z28 Cameros? Good stuff if ya ask me.

    1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28: A Profile of a Muscle Car - HowStuffWorks
     
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    Pontiac produced the best 'low compression' engines hands down.
    Before the 455 Super Duty you had the 455 HO in 1971 with special heads and Ram Air.
    When everyone else stopped trying, Pontiac kept putting out big cubes.


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    70' Pontiac Firebird

    400 with 6 pack.
     
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    Nasty!
     
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    I've always been partial to the 1970 Dart. It was a very affordable muscle car with a smaller block but lots of power out of the hole. My first car was a blue 70 Dart, not a Swinger but the regular coupe, with a 318. Would have loved to have owned a Swinger with the 340:

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